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WOMB - My Meat is Bigger Than Yours, Live in London (Power Lunches, Hackney, 15-12-11)
Womb is an all-female Manchester based band conceived in January 2011. Womb began as an open collective but has quickly developed into a vital band within Manchester's music scene. At their second gig, Dan Treacy from the Television Personalities described Womb as 'like seeing the Velvet Underground for the first time.'
This recording is from Womb's first London gig at Power Lunches, Hackney on 15th December 2011.
Louise Woodcock - vocals;
Genette Reynolds - Bass;
Jennifer McDonald - Guitar;
Fiona Ledgard - Drums.
Cover art by Helen Shanahan.
More info from Womb on posterous and womb.me.uk.
This audio is part of the collection: Open Sound Group
It also belongs to collection: Netlabels
Keywords: Womb; Noise; Doom; Drone; Expression; Improv; Improvisation; Louise Woodcock; Genette Reynolds; Jennifer McDonald; Fiona Ledgard;
Creative Commons license: Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0
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Subject: Aural Delights: Music Diaries #20 – #23
"The posting of Womb’s track from a gig in London “My Meat Is Bigger Than Yours” gives the opportunity to more closely listen to what they are about. I guess this is improv in the traditional sense of the form with a mantra like attention to the soundscape and the ditching of conventional “rock” structures to create work in the spirit of say Faust, and to some degree Gong – without the pixies and the flying tea-pots mind you. I like the way the insistent rhythmic core created a sort of structure for the guitars and the voice to weave in and out of. Not sure it’s something I could play on the radio but I like listening to it."